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NRM UK chapter converge

By Vision Reporter

Added 27th August 2006 03:00 AM

THE National Resistance Movement (NRM) United Kingdom Chapter over the weekend held its first annual convention presided over by Adolf Mwesige, the Minister for General duties, at the University of East London.

THE National Resistance Movement (NRM) United Kingdom Chapter over the weekend held its first annual convention presided over by Adolf Mwesige, the Minister for General duties, at the University of East London.

By Catherine Byaruhanga
in London


THE National Resistance Movement (NRM) United Kingdom Chapter over the weekend held its first annual convention presided over by Adolf Mwesige, the Minister for General duties, at the University of East London.

The key topics for discussion were good governance and northern Uganda.
The discussion was opened by Desmond Nzana, the representative of the Forum for Democratic Change, who argued that true democracy had not been achieved in Uga-nda due to weak institutions.

Uganda People’s Congress’ Dr. David Nyekorach matsanga attributed the lack of good governance to “inability of political parties to help the government to contribute to the process of institutional building, the reluctance to relinquish power voluntarily and the lack of accountability.”

The NRM’s stand was debated by Mwesige, NRM UK interim members Dennis Katungi and Sam Abasa. The three stressed that the 20-year-long NRM tenure had changed Uganda for the better.

NRM UK chapter converge

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